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    Ectopic Pregnancy Is Part Of The Abortion Debate Because Pro-Birthers Are Rabid Beasts

    Sigh. Here we go again. Or maybe not again, but rather, here we still are. Still arguing that a woman’s health and life are insignificant. That a woman has no right to make choices about what gets poked and prodded into her. That she has no say in what happens to her reproductive system. That ironically (and absurdly), those who claim to be “pro-life” are willing to risk a woman’s life by denying her a critical medical procedure that could save not only the mother herself, but also possibly save her chances to have children in the future. This is more than just a debate about abortion and a woman’s…

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    ’90 Day Fiance’: Laura Swears On Her Son’s Life About Her Ectopic Pregnancy, On A Vacation In Ecuador

    We have seen 90 Day Fiance couple Aladin and Laura involved in some pretty petty issues. How can we forget the great vibrator situation and how Aladin completely freaked out about it! Well, this time, things have escalated to a whole new level. According to Laura, Aladin blocked her, and she was desperate to get his attention. As for her pregnancy, we can’t call it completely fake, and we can’t say that Lara was totally honest about it. Sounds puzzling, right? Let’s take a look at what’s going on in detail. 90 Day Fiance: Laura In Ecuador Right Now talker_of_shits recently uploaded a video on Instagram showing Laura in Ecuador…

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    Woman who had her womb removed nearly died because of a rare ectopic pregnancy | Daily Mail Online

    A woman nearly died after she became pregnant despite having her womb removed six years earlier. In a case believed to be only the third of its kind ever recorded, the 32-year-old went to hospital in Ethiopia with abdominal pain and vomiting. She was confused, had a rapid heart rate, laboured breathing and a swollen torso, and doctors realised she had gone into shock because of massive blood loss. Medics found an embryo, which didn’t survive, had been growing for 13 weeks on the ‘stump’ which was left of her cervix after the uterus above it had been removed. A 32-year-old Ethiopian woman suffered massive internal bleeding after an ectopic…

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    The Century-Old ‘Science Fiction’ Behind Ohio Rep’s Bill Covering Nonexistent Ectopic Pregnancy Treatment – Rewire.News

    Ohio Rep. John Becker (R) drew widespread criticism last week for an anti-abortion bill that would allow insurance coverage for the “reimplantation” of an ectopic pregnancy into the uterus—a treatment that does not exist. Physicians and pro-choice advocates have called the line in the bill “science fiction,” but Becker told Rewire.News he does have sources to back up his claim: two articles—one more than 100 years old—with anecdotal stories from physicians who claim that “reimplanting” ectopic pregnancies into the uterus is possible. HB 182, which Becker first introduced in April, seeks to ban almost all insurance coverage of abortions in cases where the pregnant person’s life is not endangered. It also…

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    Ohio abortion, ectopic pregnancy bill: This Ohio anti-abortion bill says that ectopic pregnancies can be moved to the uterus — but that isn’t scientifically possible – CBS News

    An Ohio state representative introduced a new bill last month, which aims to prohibit insurance coverage of abortions that occur where the mother’s life is not “endangered if the fetus were carried to term.” The bill includes exceptions, including one for a procedure that does not exist. GOP Rep. John Becker introduced House Bill 182, which allows for two situations where insurers could offer coverage for abortion services. One is a “procedure, in an emergency situation, that is medically necessary to save the pregnant woman’s life.” The other, the bill says, is a procedure for an ectopic pregnancy, “that is intended to reimplant the fertilized ovum into the pregnant woman’s…

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    ‘It’s been horrific’: Helen Flanagan rushed to hospital over fears of an ectopic pregnancy

    Soap star Helen Flanagan and her partner Scott Sinclair have just announced the very happy news that they are expecting another baby – a brother or sister for two year old daughter Matilda. Despite her obvious joy at adding to her family, actress Helen Flanagan, 27, has revealed the tough time she’s had in her second pregnancy so far thanks to the same crippling morning sickness that has struck the Duchess of Cambridge down in hers. “It’s going well now but it’s been a really difficult first trimester. It’s been horrific,” Helen told OK! magazine. “I have just just been really poorly. I couldn’t go into work and do any…

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    How we can help — The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

    “I have found this site really helpful and it has been a blessing to speak to people who really understand what you are going through and feeling. As much as family and friends try and help, I think the feelings we have can only be understood if you have been through this. I found it helped because you realise that any of the feelings you have are normal and lots of people have had the same, you are not alone, we are all here when you need us.” At the EPT we have been through the same physical and emotional trauma as you so we understand and sympathise with how…

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    Woman tells how ectopic pregnancy made her go completely bald

    (Picture: PA Real Life/ Emma Holmes) Emma Holmes, 40, had a burst appendix when she was 16 which damaged her reproductive organs. So it came as a surprise when the former teacher from Redcar, North Yorkshire, became pregnant in 2009. Unfortunately though, she began bleeding heavily and was quickly diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy where the embryo is fertilised outside the womb. Emma had to have keyhole surgery and have her fallopian tube removed meaning the pregnancy could not be saved. She said that her parents were wonderful during the time and it was her mum who’d initially spotted the hair loss. ‘Mum looked over at me one day and…

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    Mum who suffered heartbreak of an ectopic pregnancy, miscarriage and losing baby son vows to make this her year

    A woman who suffered the heartache of having an ectopic pregnancy, a miscarriage and losing a baby son has vowed to make this her year. Cheryl Charlton, of Sacriston, County Durham, was never one of the “pretty girls” and always spent her time in comfy baggy clothing to hide her size. At university she gained weight, though managed to lose it after graduation but when she met her now husband, Ian, they spent night at calorific restaurants and eating takeaways causing Cheryl’s weight started to creep back up. When the couple decided to a family, Cheryl was advised to lose weight and lower her BMI in order to conceive. In…

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    Ectopic pregnancy: Cancer drug trial hopes to stop women needing drastic surgery

    Ectopic pregnancy: Cancer drug trial hopes to stop women needing drastic surgery A commonly used cancer drug could “revolutionise” the way life-threatening ectopic pregnancies are treated, medical researchers in Melbourne say. About 5,000 Australian women experience an ectopic pregnancy each year, where the embryo settles in the fallopian tubes instead of the uterus. As the embryo grows, it can cause the tubes to rupture, leading to extreme blood loss and emergency surgery. A chemotherapy drug called methotrexate is used to treat the disorder, but it can only be used in the early stages of pregnancy and fails in 75 per cent of cases. In those cases, surgery which involves removing…